The Olive Branch
The Olive Branch is a bistro and wine bar, that serves a delectable mix of Mediterranean treats, styled after the cuisines of Spain, Italy and Greece to name but a few.
Start with a selection of the Olive Branch’s tapas-style dishes – patatas bravas, deep-fried halloumi and lamb kofta are just a few delicious examples – to share with friends before hearty mains like gnocchi with sautéed mushrooms, baby spinach, and pancetta in a creamy gorgonzola sauce or a classic paella with king prawns, chicken, chorizo, mussels, peppers, peas, and saffron-infused rice. Head downstairs to its gorgeously cozy wine bar for post-dinner drinks.
Split across three floors, the Olive Branch boasts three experiences in one building.
The ground floor being a relaxed coffee lounge, first floor boasts the stunning dining area, filled with natural day light, stained glass window, Georgian architecture and views of the St. Swithin’s tower, perfect for friends and family get togethers or intimate dining experiences.
The cellar has been transformed into a magnificent wine bar, with the low brick ceilings creating an intimate and relaxing area, perfect for a pre or post dinner cocktail, private hire and tapas parties for up to 35 guests.
Our outdoor courtyard has seating for up to 40 people, perfect for a bite to eat or a coffee in the sunshine.
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